05:34PM, Sunday 29 November 2015
Windsor residents have another month to comment on changes to an important road junction.
Consultation on alternative options for the Imperial Road and Winkfield Road junctions has been extended from November 25 to December 20.
Lead member for highways and transport Cllr Colin Rayner (Con, Horton and Wraysbury) said: “I have been persuaded by local councillors that this is an important matter for residents and agreed to extend the consultation period to the end of the year
“This is an important junction and the council want to get it right.
“The residents were great and gave us a lot of feedback."
A drop in session organised by Cllr Ed Wilson (Con, Clewer South) and Cllr John Bowden (Con, Clewer East) earlier this month attracted more than 250 residents.
The pair are arranging another one for December but a date has not yet been decided.
Cllr Wilson said: “This junction is well used by many residents in Clewer and Dedworth - they deserve to know about these plans and have their say on them”.
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